(10) Unless the court is satisfied that there is a reason why a shorter period would be appropriate, the first period mentioned in paragraph (9) in respect of an order made under paragraph (4) must be a period of at least 5 years.
Offender Management Unit figures as of 2 November 2016 Registered sex offenders currently being managed in the community 88 Convictions for contact offending 45 Convictions for indecent images of children 34 Convictions for non-contact offending 6 Convictions for both iioc and contact offending.
(3) The notification must be given (a) in the case of a person to whom Article 3(1) applies, on the day of the conviction; (b) in the case of a person to whom Article 3(2) applies, before the end of the day following the day the person.
(5) Paragraph (6) applies if it appears to the Bailiff or a Jurat on information on oath that there is reasonable cause to believe that (a) the appointed officer (as defined by Article 28(1 on behalf of the Chief Police Officer, is required to carry out.(5) The Attorney General or the person may appeal to the Court of Appeal against a decision of the Royal Court given on an appeal to it made under paragraph (2) or (3).8 Notification requirements: travel outside Jersey (1) The Minister may, by Order, make provision requiring persons who are subject to the notification requirements of this Law and who leave Jersey (a) to give in accordance with the Order, before they leave, a notification under paragraph (2.(11) The Court may, if it considers it just to do so, make an interim child protection order, prohibiting the defendant from doing anything described in the order.Continue reading, june 2016 Man jailed for sexually abusing girls in Jersey A former lifeboat crewman has been jailed for five years.States members unanimously agreed to adopt the law in October 2009, but it is still to be finalised.(12) Except as provided by paragraph (3 g i a person must give notification under this Article to an authorized officer by attendance at the place designated by the Chief Police Officer.(15) In paragraph (14) prescribed order means an order of a type prescribed by the Minister by Order (a) that can be made by a court in a prescribed jurisdiction in the same or substantially the same circumstances; and (b) that has the same or substantially.(6) The only prohibitions that may be imposed are those necessary to protect children generally or any child from harm from the defendant.(12) The Minister must, as soon as practical, lay the report before the States.(2) The power to make Rules of Court under (a) Article 29 of the Magistrates Court (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law 1949 31 ; (b) Article 13 of the Royal Court (Jersey) Law 1948 32 ; (c) Article 67 of the Children (Jersey) Law 2002 33 ; and (d) Articles 19 and.Det Insp Steve Langford, from Jersey Police, has described the new law as "imminent".
(14) The report must also contain such other information as the Minister may specify.
(2) The Chief Police Officer may supply information to which this Article applies to a person in Jersey or elsewhere who in the opinion of the Chief Officer needs the information to prevent, detect, investigate or prosecute an offence.
(5) This Article does not affect a power to supply information, being a power that exists apart from this Article.16 Convictions for sexually aggravated offences outside Jersey (1) If, on an application by the Attorney General, the Royal Court certifies that an offence committed outside Jersey was sexually aggravated, the offender becomes subject to the notification requirements of this Law.(7) It is the duty of office holders to co-operate in the establishment and implementation of the arrangements established under paragraph (5 a) to the extent that such co-operation and implementation is compatible with the exercise by the office holders of their functions under other enactments.(8) A travel order may be renewed or varied so as to impose additional prohibitions on the notifier, only if it is necessary to do so for the purpose of protecting children generally or any child from serious sexual harm from the notifier outside Jersey.Part 2 notification 3 Persons who are subject to notification requirements of this Law (1) A person who, in Jersey, is convicted of a relevant offence becomes subject to the notification requirements of this Law upon conviction.(7) The Attorney General or the defendant may apply to the Royal Court for an order varying, renewing or discharging a child protection order.
Continue reading 22/06/20 Two men sentenced for catalogue of sexual abuse A man who was found guilty of a string of Continue reading 10/06/20 Child abuser jailed for three years A construction worker who sexually abuse two young children has been jailed Continue reading February.
Response, a and C, the below table show the number of Registered Sex Offenders managed by the States of Jersey Police from January 2015.